PEER-REVIEWED JOURNAL ARTICLES

Monuments of terrorism: (de)selecting memory and symbolic exchange at the interface between Westminster and Raqqa.

Liminalities Online Journal. (Forthcoming) 

2018

Performing crisis: the COBRA Committee and the aesthetics of governmental response. Research in Drama Education: The Journal of Applied Theatre and Performance, Taylor & Francis.  23:2, 167-178, 

https://doi.org/10.1080/13569783.2018.1439734

2018 

SELECTED CONFERENCE PAPERS

Curating COBRA: The Art of Emergency

During Frames of Representation Festival

Institute of Contemporary Art London

2018

 

Keynote: “Holiday Park? More like a refugee camp!” Visual representations of the camp, as both a site for confinement and leisure, in 1970s television and film.

Terror and Tourism Colloquium III

University of Innsbruck, Austria

2017

Secret Images: The COBRA Committee's acts of 'necessity'.

ISELP Institute of Contemporary Art 

Brussels, Belgium

2017

Curating violence: the COBRA Committee and the aesthetics of governmental response.

Art, Activism & Political Violence  

Loughborough University

2016

                          

Monuments to terrorism: (de)selecting memory and symbolic exchange at the interface between Westminster and Raqqa.   

Terror and Tourism Colloquium    

University of Winchester      

2016                             

The COBRA committee and the aesthetics of emergency politics.

University of Gloucestershire  

Hardwick Gallery

2016                

        

The Art of Crisis: why COBRA RES responds to political events. 

The Gravity Lecture  

Sheffield Hallam University                                                          

2015                    

 

The Politics of Engagement: Art and Social Practice.

Symposium on socially engaged art 

Middlesex University                           

2015                                                                     

 

Curating the COBRA Committee. 

Research Architecture   

Goldsmiths University.

London    

2015  

Price has also written for The Guardian Newspaper and The Economist Magazine